Bernard Matthews’ will creates a buzz

September 6th, 2012 - 10:07 pm ICT by Aishwarya Bhatt  

New York, Sep 6 (THAINDIAN NEWS) Nobody was surprised as Bernard’s children when he left his villa worth £12 million to his house help when he died.

He had a Turkish empire and he was knowledgeable that according to the Turkish law that his adopted children would be the sole heirs to about three quarters of his property. He had tried to convince his children not to conflict to the idea that the villa should be inherited by Marteyn who was his lover. This is not the case as his children appeared in court to appeal against the will that stated that the house should be owned by his mistress.

His children were against what Bernard had wished to happen. They had also made an appeal about the tax that was put over the house. The judge who was presiding over the case who unfortunately passed on about two years ago had also written a letter to these children to have a thought about what they were doing.

Their actions were totally against what their father had wished to happen which is not right although they were liable to inherit the house. Bernard had also stressed out in his will that he wanted to leave this house to his mistress Marteyn.

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